Kinder Morgan operates the Next Generation Black Oil liquids storage terminal, which is located in Texas in the US. This liquids storage terminal became operational in 2013 and is owned by Kinder Morgan and TransMontaigne Partners.
The terminal, which is accessible by pipeline, rail, and sea, primarily stores chemicals, crude oil, and petroleum products.
Key specifications of the storage terminal
Storage Capacity (bbl): 70,80,000
Tank Size Min (bbl): 30,000
Tank Size Max (bbl): 3,20,000
Number of Tanks: 57
About Kinder Morgan
Kinder Morgan Inc (KMI) is a midstream energy infrastructure company which owns and operates through a network of pipelines and terminals. Its pipelines transport natural gas, crude oil, gasoline, condensate, refined petroleum products and other products, and its terminals transload and store petroleum products, ethanol and chemicals, and handle bulk materials such as steel, coal, and petroleum coke. KMI also produces and transports carbon dioxide (CO2), which is utilized in enhanced oil recovery projects in the Permian Basin. The company also provides natural gas treating services through its gas and condensate treating plants across the U.S. Its key customers include energy producers and shippers, major oil companies, local distributors and businesses across various industries. KMI is headquartered in Houston, Texas, the US.
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